Mike Alessi – Knee
Comment: Alessi tweaked his knee in the main event at A2. As of Wednesday, Alessi was still going undergoing what the team called investigative procedures, although Alessi had Tweeted the following on Tuesday: “Sorry DOC, I have put 2 much into this season 4 it to end like this!!! Season just started so I'm doing what needs 2 be done!! End of story.” Tune in to our Race Day Feed on Saturday morning for the final word.
Justin Brayton – AC Separation and Fractured Vertebrae
Comment: Brayton sustained a grade three AC separation, and three fractures to his T-5, 6, and 7 vertebrae in his back when he crashed in his semi at A2. Currently there is no timetable on his return, although Brayton hopes to be back at some point this season.
Wil Hahn - Arm and Back
Comment: Monster Energy Kawasaki's Wil Hahn will miss the duration of Monster Energy Supercross following a crash at Anaheim 1. Hahn sustained a number of broken bones including his arm, ribs, and two vertebrae. He underwent a successful surgery on his arm and has returned home to begin his recovery. Hahn hopes to return for Lucas Oil Pro Motocross.
Jake Moss – Leg
Comment: Moss over-jumped while practicing and cracked a bone in his leg. It’s unlikely that he’ll race Monster Energy Supercross in 2015.
Weston Peick – Foot
Comment: Peick suffered a broken bone in his foot when he cased a triple in in Phoenix. Peick still managed to finish the race, scoring a career-best fourth place. Peick had a screw installed to stabilize the broken bone and attempted to ride practice at A2 but he re-injured his foot. Currently there is no timetable for his return. Phil Nicoletti will fill in for Peick until that time comes.
Andrew Short – Bruising
Comment: Short had a nasty crash in the main at A2, hitting his thigh on his bike, and his head and hip on the dirt. The injuries are relatively minor and Short will race in Oakland.
Dean Wilson – Torn ACL/MCL
Comment: Wilson damaged his knee when he crashed during practice on Thursday at the KTM test track. Dean will undergo surgery next week and is likely done for the season. For Wilson’s statement, go here.
Matt Bisceglia – Concussion
Comment: After missing A2, Bisceglia will also miss Oakland. "Whenever you hit your head they are super careful with you," Bisceglia said. "I feel like I could ride right now but the doctors play it real safe, and it's probably in the best interest of my long-term health. I should be good to go at Anaheim 3."
Adam Cianciarulo – Injured Shoulder
Comment: Adam Cianciarulo will miss the entire 2015 Monster Energy Supercross season after sustaining a shoulder injury in Geneva, Switzerland.
Darryn Durham - Wrist
Comment: Durham crashed at A1 and bent a screw in his wrist. He underwent surgery this week and plans to be back on the bike in roughly four weeks. He’ll line up again in Houston.
Michael Leib - Shoulder
Comment: Leib hurt his shoulder last weekend at Anaheim 2, but will try and race this weekend.
Zach Osborne – Fractured Thumb
Comment: Osborne suffered a fractured thumb in his heat race at A1. It’s a clean break and Osborne plans on racing in Oakland.
Jake Oswald – Collarbone
Comment: Oswald crashed at the season opener in Anaheim and sustained a broken collarbone. He had surgery recently to have a plate and ten screws inserted, and hopes to return in Houston.
Landon Powell – Ribs
Comment: Powell will miss Oakland after crashing hard while practicing during the week. He issued the following statement on Instagram “After getting a second opinion and follow up X-rays yesterday, I found out that I have 4 broken ribs on my left abdominal. Unfortunately this means I will be off the bike for a while and will not be able to make my return until Houston. Thank you to all my sponsors for being so understanding and to everyone for the kind words. My head is high and I will be ready to make a statement when the series returns West. See you at Houston! “